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Indoor Pickleball

Indoor Pickleball Open Play is at ARC and Pioneer Community Center

Looking for a sport that is fun and social? Pickleball is one of America’s fastest growing sports! While easy to learn, pickleball can be a fast-paced and competitive game for more experienced players.

Pickleball is played on a badminton-sized court with paddles and low nets. Its simple rules combine elements of whiffle ball, tennis and table tennis, may be played as singles or doubles, and can be enjoyed by players of all ages and skill levels.

Indoor Pickleball Open Play

  • You will need to bring your own paddle to play, indoor locations will have pickleballs for you to use.
  • Courts are shared with everyone in attendance, there are no indoor court reservations during these Pickleball Open Play times.
  • Included in Plus, Fit, Splash, and PicklePass Membership
  • Courts available at ARC and Pioneer
  • Non-members pay a daily fee

Arlington Ridge Center (ARC)

Non-Member Fees: $5 Resident / $10 Non-Resident

Tuesdays | up to 6 courts | 11AM-2PM

Thursdays | up to 6 courts | 11AM-2PM

Fridays | up to 6 courts | 11AM-2PM

Fridays | 3 courts | 5-8PM

Pioneer Park

Wednesdays | 2 courts | 10AM-12PM

PicklePass

Fall / Winter Seasons

  • PicklePass is a 6 month pass is offered in the fall/winter seasons (November through April)
  • PicklePass fees: $120 Resident / $180 Non-Resident
  • Price will prorate according to purchase date
  • PicklePass cannot be frozen for any amount of time
  • PicklePass allows entry to Pickleball Open Play times at ARC and Pioneer Park
  • PicklePass can be used for Indoor Track use at ARC during scheduled  Pickleball Open Play times
  • Holidays and School days off may affect schedule

 

Adult Pickleball Classes

Beginner Level – This class is for those who have never played Pickleball before or who have very limited experience with the sport. Class will focus on Pickleball basics such as dinks, forehand and backhand shots, serving, and court positioning. Players will also learn scoring and the rules of the game through drills and playing time. The slower pace of this class will give players the opportunity to develop the skills needed to play this fun and energetic game. All equipment will be provided.

Advanced Beginner/Low Intermediate Level – This class is for those who have several months of experience with the sport, know the rules of the game and are looking to advance their skills.  In this class we will discuss court communication, soft game and the power game, and different strategies for different situations. More emphasis will be placed on drills and game situations in this class. At this level most players have their own paddles, but if not, equipment will be provided.

Register Online

 

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